Professional Development Event: Where there's WIL, there's more ways: An introduction to types of Work-Integrated Learning in Canada
In the last year CEWIL Canada has adopted more forms of work-integrated learning (WIL) into its mandate. It now stretches beyond Co-operative Education into different modes, click here for descriptions of the various forms of WIL. Through this event we will familiarize and discuss these other forms of WIL with the help of a number of panelists who are knowledgeable in each area.
Dr. Ashley Stirling, University of Toronto, Vice Dean, Academic Affairs (Moderator)
Andrea Giles, University of Victoria, Acting Executive Director, Co-operative Education Program and Career Services (Community Service Learning)
Nadine Janetta, Conestoga College, Liaison Officer (Women in Skilled Trades) (Apprenticeships)
Dr. Wayne Chang, University of Waterloo, Lecturer, Conrad School of Entrepreneurship and Business (Entrepreneurship)
Matt Medland, University of Toronto, Director, Professional Programs and External Relations (Dept. of Computer Science), (Applied Research)
Matt Rempel, Sheridan College, Associate Dean, Career Education & Co-curricular Learning (Work/Field Placements)
Michelle Shockness, Redeemer University, Assistant Professor (Applied Social Sciences) (Practica/Clinical Placements)
Susan Soikie, University of Toronto, Director, Arts & Science Co-op (Internships)
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